New students and students on academic probation must see an advisor before scheduling classes. You don’t need to see an advisor before registering for classes. You can use the tools available in One.iu.edu to assist you. For example, look at your degree map located in one.iu.edu and the schedule of classes (http://www.iuk.edu/registrar/schedule-of-classes.php) for course selection options.
Full time students are enrolled in 15 to 18 credit hours. If your goal is to graduate in 4 years, plan to take 15 credit hours in the fall and spring semesters. Full time status for financial aid purposes is 12 credit hours.
Registration dates can be found on the Registrar’s website. Note that your registration appointment time is the earliest that you can register for classes for next term, provided that you do not have any holds. Your registration appointment can be viewed in your Student Center on one.iu.edu.
Before dropping a course, it is recommended that you meet with your academic advisor and a financial aid representative. If you are dropping with in the first week of classes, simply go to your Student Center in one.iu.edu. Click on the “Register & Drop/Add” link and follow the prompts. If it is after the first week during the automatic withdrawal period, visit one.iu.edu and search for “Late Drop/Add Classes” to follow the prompts. After the automatic withdrawal period, you must see your advisor or instructor to obtain a schedule adjustment form. Be sure to check the dates for drop/add and withdrawal periods. Further details can be found on the Registrar’s website.
An “incomplete” or “I” grade is when the work is satisfactory at the end of the semester but has not been complete. Incompletes are at the discretion of the instructor. More information can be found on the Office of the Registrar web page.
All new students need to complete the immunization compliance form prior to registering for classes. Search “Citizenship Verification” on one.iu.edu and follow the prompts. This only needs to be completed one time.
Academic probation serves as a warning period for students when the cumulative GPA falls below 2.0. Students on probation will have the following semester to increase their cumulative GPA. All students on academic probation are encouraged to meet with their academic advisor regularly.
If you have not been taking classes with the IU system for longer than 36 months, you may be eligible to use the academic forgiveness policy for prior courses completed with grades below a C. You must see your advisor to complete the appropriate paperwork. Complete details can be found on the Registrar’s website.
Any student that receives financial assistance is expected to meet satisfactory academic performance by meeting the following requirements: grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher, successful completion of at least 67% of coursework, and completion of the degree in no more than 150% of the published credit hour requirement.
Financial aid will notify students through their IU email account that do not meet SAP. SAP appeals need to be completed. Continue to monitor your email for notification of the approval or denial of your appeal.
You can access your unofficial transcript on one.iu.edu. Go to your Student Center and click on “My Academics and Grades”. There will be a link to access your transcript. Official transcripts can be obtained in the Registrar’s office (KC 208).
Orientation provides you with more in-depth information about campus resources and services you will need while on campus. You will also have the opportunity to meet other new students, ask questions to current students, and meet staff members that are here to help.